Content:

Can be viewed here: https://www.burrelleducation.com/pelvic-flow-and-freedom-pelvis-and-pelvic-floor-mobilization-re-imagined/

  • What’s Going When We Move Soft Tissues via Soft Tissue Therapies, Self Massage and Movement/Exercise?
  • Mechanoreceptors and the Proprioceptive Nature of Fascia and Other Soft Tissues
  • Fascia, Trauma and Scars
  • The Pelvic Bowl Soft Tissue Anatomy and Physiology
  • Fascia 101 – Lecture with Paul Edmondson of the Gray Institute
  • Fascia as a Proprioceptive Organ
  • Nutrition for Soft Tissue Health
  • The Pelvis Within the Global Myofascial System
  • The Bony Pelvis Anatomy and Physiology
  • The Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Fascial System
  • Global and Local Pelvic Attachments and the Myofascial System
  • Utilizing Whole Body Vibration to Assist in Creating Pelvic Flow and Freedom
  • Performing your own ‘Pelvic Mobility Audit’
  • Pelvic Flow and Freedom ‘Tools’
  • Pelvic Pain, Tension and Dysfunctional Levels of Hypertrophy – When Too Much Tension and lack of mobility causes problems
  • The Vagus Nerve, Respiration and Nervous System ‘Down-Training’ – creating and allowing space for change and transformation via the breath.
  • ‘Release Tools + Strategies’ and How/Why They Work – including ViPR (TM), Yoga Tune Up Balls, Foam Rollers, the Breath, PIR, Bodyweight, Anatomical Drivers, Whole Body Vibration, StickMobility (TM), Naboso Technology Proprioceptive Mat (TM)……
  • Performing Your Own Pelvic Mobility Audit
  • 50+ Delicious ‘Local + Global Releases and Pelvic Mobilizations’ – focusing on moving the whole body to affect the soft-tissues travelling via the pelvis in multiple planes both with and without release tools and focusing on the Pelvic Floor muscles and its proximal synergists in multiple planes
  • Putting It All Together – Programming For Pelvic Flow and Freedom
  • Breathing Better and Recognizing Breathing Dysfunction
  • 3 Super Simple Meditation Techniques for Positive Vagal Tone
  • My ‘Go-To’ List of Resources, Videos and References for Fascia, Pelvic Health, Mobility and Wellbeing

Prerequisite:

  • For STA members the minimum prerequisite is L3 Sports Therapy
  • ANY Certified and Insured Movement Professional with a prior education in Female Pelvic Health throughout the key life phases of Pregnancy, Post Natal and Peri-to-Post Menopause, seeking to delve deeper into creating integrated preventative movement programming for these life phase.
  • Yoga Professionals
  • Pilates Professionals
  • Strength Coaches
  • Physiotherapists
  • Fitness Professionals
  • Women’s Health Educators

Assessment:

Online – Multiple choice exam at the end of the course

Awarding Organisation:

NA